Evil that Lies Beneath (Self Portrait Project)

I’ve never been scared of spiders. Ever since I was a little girl, spiders meant different to me than what they might have meant to you: cool-looking weavers that made beautiful tapestries in the trees which they used to eradicate the actual bad bugs. Another thing that contributed to this mindset also stemmed from theContinue reading “Evil that Lies Beneath (Self Portrait Project)”

MerMay 2019

Hey all! I participated in the MerMay challenge! I actually managed to draw every single day except Memorial Day weekend because I was on vacation for my birthday! Enjoy! If you’re curious for a more in depth look into these, please visit my Instagram where all of these are posted!

Does Art HAVE to Be Political?

In my research on how to make my own art blog better, I’ve been researching other art blogs. I found the ones that are the easiest to find seem to be groups and collaboratives of artists as opposed to independent individual artists, which is fine. I did find that many of these groups are involvedContinue reading “Does Art HAVE to Be Political?”

7 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Be Afraid to Become an Artist

I’m writing this more for myself. It seems like the more I pursue my art career, the more opportunities open up, and the more daunting it becomes. As I’ve said in the past, I’m personally struggling with a very odd Fear of Success (versus the fear of failure. Only instead of not trying because you’reContinue reading “7 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Be Afraid to Become an Artist”

I don’t know what to write

I don’t know what to write, so here is the most recent progress of my Springtime Copy:   So far, I’ve spent several months working on it a little bit every day. I learned a lot about painting in general by doing this. I feel like it looks like a child’s drawing when side byContinue reading “I don’t know what to write”